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Edward Thomson Mathison

Clergyman

Edward Thomson Mathison, American clergyman. Member Board of Missions Diocese of Ohio, 1908-1909, of Chicago, 1909-1912, of Connecticut, 1918; member Cathedral Chapter of Christ Church Cathedral, Hartford, Connecticut; member executive council Diocese of Connecticut; Mason.

Background

Mathison, Edward Thomson was born on June 21, 1870 in Old Town, Maine, United States. Son of Robert Lauder and Catharine Susan (Roberts) Mathison.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1893. Graduate Berkeley Division School, Middletown, Connecticut, 1895.

Career

Deacon, 1895, priest, 1896, Protestant Episcopal Church. Rector St. Andrew’s Church, Marbledale, Connecticut, 1895-1896, Immanuel Church, Ansonia, 1896-1900, St. Michael’s Church, Brattleboro, Vermont, 1900-1906, St. Timothy’s Church, Massillon, O., 1906-1909, Grace Church, Oak Park, Illinois, 1909-1912. Associate rector, 1912-1914, rector, 1914-1915, Shattuck School, Faribault, Minnesota.

Rector St. John’s Church, Rockville, Connecticut, September 1, since 1915.

Membership

Member Board of Missions Diocese of Ohio, 1908-1909, of Chicago, 1909-1912, of Connecticut, 1918. Member Cathedral Chapter of Christ Church Cathedral, Hartford, Connecticut. Member executive council Diocese of Connecticut.

Connections

Married Elizabeth Hull Colburn, February 16, 1898.

father:
Robert Lauder Mathison

mother:
Catharine Susan (Roberts) Mathison

spouse:
Elizabeth Hull Colburn